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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Bruce's Blog --Day 53

Three Days To Go!!
Sometimes, whether Tim and I discuss the route prior to, there’s just no escape from losing one another. The roadways that we encountered were literally like a network of cobwebs. The maximum speed limit was forty mph, and there were obvious reasons for that. There was a curve every four-hundred yards at least.

The problem with that was Tim ended up going 10 miles in the opposite direction, and when we finally made contact, I was 15 miles ahead of him. By the time he reached me, I had reached a total of 30 miles. Though the temperature was soaring and the humidity was overwhelming, I still felt well hydrated. After we finally met up, we laughed it off and I began my running leg.

We tried to do a demonstration of how fast I could run one mile up hill at the end of my day and capture it on video, but the camera, unfortunately, malfunctioned. I guess words will have to suffice. My legs were jello but I still managed to do thirteen seconds faster than my goal; 5:47. I’m still in disbelief.

For the second day in a row, we were greeted by family and friends at the end of our day’s journey. This time it was Tim’s aunt and our friend Roger. Of course, his aunt is our friend too! They took us out for a fine dinner. I was extremely happy because, again, we had wonderful food. I wasn’t observant enough to know what Tim ordered, but as for me, I chose the Shrimp Fettucini Alfredo.

We were all so happy to be in each others company, we lost track of time and talked into the very late hours of the night. By that time, an intense lightning and wind storm had brewed, so they spent another hour with us until it subsided. We didn’t mind.

Thank you both Melanie and Roger!

We head into Delaware early tomorrow where we’ll be taking our last day off. We have only three days left! We’ll see you in Delaware! God bless!

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